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Archive for August 27th, 2019

git add remote with tracking

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/27

Since I keep forgetting this and the top search for “git remote add” “tracking” do not answer it (see for instance …):

git remote add gitlab https://user@gitlab.com/group/subgroup/repository.git -t master

This adds a new gitlab remote on the repository path https://user@gitlab.com/group/subgroup/repository.git tracking branch master.

–jeroen

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« In practice, the uptime of systems that favor availability have not proven …

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/27

via [WayBack] « In practice, the uptime of systems that favor availability have not proven greater than what can be achieved with consistent systems. » Aua, der hat gesessen. – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+:

–jeroen

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…short presentation at the Norway Delphi Club[1] meetup, covering some fun and interesting uses of the “new” language features introduce since Delphi7… – Asbjørn Heid – Google+

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/27

From [WayBack…short presentation at the Norway Delphi Club[1] meetup, covering some fun and interesting uses of the “new” language features introduce since Delphi7… – Asbjørn Heid – Google+

Yesterday I did a short presentation at the Norway Delphi Club[1] meetup, covering some fun and interesting uses of the “new” language features introduced after Delphi 7.

The main purpose of the talk was to try to be inspirational, and give a sense of what kind of stuff you can do with the language these days. So it’s not very in-depth, but rather tries to showcase several interesting features and tricks.

Anyway, in case it might be useful to others I thought I’d publish the slides and code here as well.

The examples are a nice introduction for when you want to dig deeper in the language itself, for instance when you are digging deeper into Spring4d.

Slides 35 and 36 – though hard for me to grasp initially – show a very nice concept called [WayBack] Partial Application (thanks Stefan Glienke for pointing me at this) by binding a parameter value plus parameter position to an existing function returning the bound function so it becomes easier to tall.

–jeroen

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